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Don’t let the good ones get away

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job searchA recent global study conducted by LinkedIn indicates that a staggering 85% of the workforce is either actively looking for a new job, or at least, open to considering new opportunities. Though some employees depart due to factors you can’t completely control, you can make a direct impact on employee retention by knowing, and proactively eliminating, many of the factors that lead to a job change. Here are four questions to ask about yourself to ensure you’re doing all you can to keep your employees happy with, and dedicated to, their jobs.

1. Do I encourage my employees to think like entrepreneurs?

Employees don’t have to own their own businesses to think like entrepreneurs, and the impact such a cultural workplace shift can have on their job satisfaction—and the impact they make to the organization—can be immeasurable.

According to the Accenture study  “Cor­­po­­rate Innovation is Within Reach: Nur­­tur­­ing and Enabling an...(register to read more)

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